Tag Archives: first time home buyer
Looking to Sell Your Home? Get Financially Fit.
If you’re planning to sell your home, you want to make your next move a fit for your life. A financially smart decision. The home of your dreams, but with a sound financial plan in place. Now is the time … Continue reading →
Title Insurance. Let Us Be Your Guide.
Purchasing a home will be the most expensive transaction you will make in your lifetime. And, with that comes the need to have great partners. From your Realtor and your home inspector, to your title company. That’s where we come … Continue reading →
Housing Market Demand: Good News for the Midwest.
According to recent reports, 2015 has the potential to support home buyer demand with its strong housing recovery. And, the Midwest is leading the trend in balancing the market demand among all housing segments. The low-tier price segment of homes, … Continue reading →
Mortgage Qualification. What You Should Know.
If you’re in the market to buy a home, you are likely aware that the financial crisis a few years ago has led to changes in qualifying for a mortgage. As a result to the downturn in the economy, mortgage … Continue reading →
The Good Funds Law. Read On.
If you’re looking to buy a home, you should be aware of The Good Funds Law and how it affects you at closing. Here’s an overview: – Closing agents must deposit all funds received in connection with a real estate … Continue reading →
Baby Boomers and Mortgage Debt.
More and more older Americans are carrying mortgage debt than ever before. This not only delays their retirement, but also slows spending habits among these baby boomers. According to date from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, almost a third of … Continue reading →
Community Banks. A Mortgage Loan Option.
If you’ve been considering purchasing a home, but have been turned down for a mortgage by a mainstream bank, you’re not alone. Given the strict rules of buying a home nowadays, lenders look at credit scores, income, loan-to-debt ratios and … Continue reading →